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Dmitri Atapine and Adela Hyeyeon Park record music of Liebermann

October 12, 2012

Dmitri Atapine ’05MMA, ’06AD, ’10DMA and Adela Hyeyeon Park ’05MM, ’06AD  have released a world-premiere recording of complete music for cello and piano by the American composer Lowell Liebermann.

This marks the very first recording of all but one of the sonatas, and it is the first recording where all the works appear together. The critically-acclaimed duo worked closely with the composer before recording the CD, which was released on Blue Griffin Recording with distribution through Albany.

Atapine and Park are both on the faculty of the University of Nevada, Reno. Atapine is a professor of cello, and Park was recently appointed as a full-time piano professor.

While at Yale, Atapine studied with Aldo Parisot, and Park studied with Peter Frankl. Dmitri Atapine also is the founder and artistic director of a new concert series at UNR, the Argenta Concert Series.

COMMENTS ( 1 )

I attended the concert in January 2014 in Encinitas (CA). I liked it very, very much. Is it a way to find a recording, by those artists, of this concert or the pieces of Music performed that night? Particularly the “Introduction et Polonaise Brillante, op.3 de Chopin. I would very much appreciate ypur answer.
Thank you.
Monique Vernhes

March 29th, 2014 | Monique Vernhes